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and the murdoch's family. >> and tell what yous they're doing. >> seems to break all the rules. >> are you telling me the people who work in that organization in this country have never ever used the same tactics? >> the hacking scandal tagged to several levels of the british government forcing parliament to investigate the accusation and calling rupert and james murdoch to set the record straight. >> they have no right to break the law if they're an american corporation. back here, politicians and the liberal press push for investigations into newscorp's u.s. operations trying to tie them to the news of the world scandal. what's behind this effort? >> that was then. >> despite administration denials, evidence emerges proving an anti-fox bias inside the white house. >> the politicians in the white house are willing to look you right in the eye and lie to you. >> jon: the end of an era for entertainment reporters covering harry and hogwart. and on panel judy miller, cal thomas, jim pinkerton, yellow new american foundation and host of the alan colmes show on fox news radio alan colmes. i'm jon scot
news watch. >> this is the most humble day of my life. >> jon: news corporation's chief rupert murdoch makes a heart felt statement during the u.k. phone hacking scandal. his appearance with his son james was big news there and big news here. how else did the media react and what else have we learned about the scandal. >> republicans have laid out a responsible and detailed path forward, and the house has passed it. >> jon: the house passes a plan to fix the debt crisis, but the media condemn the effort. >> do we really have time for a plan that is really just show? >> and the great debt debate goes on with more distortion from the liberal press? >> there he's saying brinksmanship, trickery around the time of a deadline just to get your way is sort of economic terrorism. >> has the negative media coverage hurt the effort. >> g.o.p. presidential candidate michele bachmann goes on the defensive after a negative story about her health and ability. did that story fail the journalistic ethics test? >> having fired the imagination of a generation, a ship like no other, its place in history s
. murdoch, james, through the civil actions have you been paying glenn moore claire's legal fees? >> as i said before to mr. davies. >> let's keep it short, it's a yes or no yes. >> i don't know the current status of those. you asked a question, am i paying all of mr. mulcaire's legal fees. >> have you been playing glenn mulcaire's legal fees during civil actions. >> i don't know the civil actions. i do know certain civil fees were paid for mr. mulcaire by the company and i was as surprised and shocked to learn that as you are. >> can you understand that people might ask why a company might wish to pay the legal fees of a convicted felon who has been involved intimately involved in the destruction of your reputation, to buy the corporation's violence? >> i can't understand that. that's exactly why i asked the question. that's exactly what -- when the allegations came out, i said are we doing this? is this what the company is doing? and on legal advice, you know, and again, i don't want to be legalistic, and i'm not a lawyer, but these are serious litigations, it's important for all of the
committee is set to question top executives including rupert murdoch. jamie: "news of the world" is under the microscope today accused of hacking into private cell phone accounts and bribing police for information. bill: the police out of scotland yard have been in the crosshairs. amy kellogg is live in london beginning our coverage there. >> reporter: when the murdochs testify they are obliged to answer questions quote by their honor. a lot of people are saying because this meeting before a parliamentary committee and judge-led and police-led inquiries, the panel must prove this is not just a piece of political theater. there has been immense media interest. cameras were out as james murdoch left his home to go to news international offices and snappers chased rupert murdoch as he left his home. they will answer questions for an hour. and that's starting in half-hour. then rebekah brooks who used to run murdoch's british newspaper empire until last week will answer questions. a limited number of the public are being allowed in. people were lined up at 7:00 a.m. and the line stretched aro
of the world." >> thank you. >> miss brooks, rupert murdoch in his evidence session said the responsibility for the closure of "news of the world" laid fairly and square leon the management of the newspaper, which would include you. is that the case? >> i think i may have missed that part of the evidence. i think mr. murdoch said is exactly how it was. it was a collective decision. we all talked together, and mr. murdoch was in with the board at the time, >> yes, rupert murdoch, yes. >> during the private session i think you said something like there was more to come. would you like to expand what you meant by that? >> when i went down to the newsroom to explain the decision, and clearly and quite rightly the journalists on the "news of the world" who are very honorable and journalists who will been putting out a newspaper under the scrutiny for a longtime and with great pride in their newspaper were very sad and baffled by management's decision to close the paper. what i was saying to them is that right now you may not be able to right at this moment understand why we've done it, but i thi
in america. >>shepard: the hearing came to an abrupt halt near the end for the murdoch part, a man attacked the c.e.o. during the testimony. look. his wife, wendy, in the pink dress, coming to her husband's defense, or pink outfit as a man in a plaid shirt reportedly threw a pie at him other tried to and the man who is said to be a comic in great britain is under arrest now, and the c.e.o. later returned without his jacket to finish answering the last of the questions. and now our reporter from london with the story. >> and, a committee member commending mrs. murdoch for her impressive left hook during that, but it has been a day of publicized hearings into the phone hacking scandal. british lawmakers demand answers would knew what and when. and apologizing do victims and saying mistakes were made, murdoch today said he cannot be held responsible for the scandal at "news of the world," saying he was left down by people he trusted and he is the person to clean it up. >> this total thing happened on your watch, murdoch, have you considered resigning. >>guest: no. >> why not? >> because i feel
. plus, news corps executives testify before a british parliament committee from rupert murdoch's apology but not responsibility. >> i would just like to say one sentence. this is the most humble day of my life. >> mr. rupert do you accept ultimately you are responsible for that whole fiasco? >> no. >> the news corps ceo rupert murdoch and his son on the controversy that's shaken their company. >> this is a matter of huge and sincere regret. >> shepard: tonight, highlights of the hearing and what happens next. plus, chaos erupts as an attacker takes aim at the news corps chief. >> and a look back at how this whole scandal started from the report of prince william's knee injury to the hacking of a teenage murder victim's voice mail, we will see where it all began. plus, with just days to go until america can't pay its bills, lawmakers scramble for a solution. >> it makes no sense for us to raise the debt limit without fixing the problem that has created our massive debt to begin with. >> here we go again. >> shepard: tonight, dramatic moments in the debt crisis showdown. but, first from fo
rebecca brooks announced her resignation. she was editor of news the world. rupert murdoch apologized for serious wrongdoing in a full page ad. news international is owned by news corp. a parent company much fox news we have serious heat advisories. meteorologist maymariah molina has more. >> good to see you. we have a heat wave in transmittal portions of the u.s.. i want to point out. we have a new storm system arrive negligent pacific northwest and bringing cooler in seattle. today's high only 68 degrees. heading east bound and highs in the 90s from rapid city to minneapolis and across portions of texas. dallas triple at 100 degrees . factor in the humidity and that's what we are talking about dangerous heat. there is a number of warnings stretching from north dakota and missouri and portions of congress congress and oklahoma. it is dangerous conditions with heat index up to 115 degrees. you need to take precautions and say hydrate lighter clothing and lighter colored clothing as well. temperatures will continue to heat up. we are talking about 99 in rapid city and nen in miles per
: thank you. drama unfolding as the chairman and c.e.o. of news corporation murdoch testifies and is rushed by a protester. >>stuart: news corporation shares up 5.5 percent after murdoch testifies before parliament in the phone hacking scandal. and now, like from london. greg? >>greg: the chairman and c.e.o. murdoch and his son appeared before the committee of parliament over allegations of wrongdoing at the "news of the world." among the charges the phone mails of hacked of celebrities and missions and victims of crime and terrorism and soldiers. and murdoch said this was the most humble day of his life and said he was let done by people he trusted ling to the closing of that paper in question. take a listen. >> we are ashamed of what happened. so we brought it to a close. >> people lied to you and to the readers. >> we had broken our trust with our readers. not me but the employees. >> more drama two hours into the testimony when a protester lunged at rupert murdoch and he was hit by that, but saved by his wife, who was sitting behind him and jumped up and swatted the guy do
on scotland yard whether james murdoch misled a parliament committee, the deputy chief operating officer of news corporation and the son of rupert murdoch. jonathan? >>jonathan: this centers on what james murdoch knew and when he knew it. news corporation executives have consistently said they only found out in late 2010 that phone hacking may have been widespread at the newspaper. and they say that prior to that they believed it was limited to just one reporter. now, during his appearance in front of a parliamentary committee, james murdoch reiterated that and he said when he authorized an out of court settlement with one of the hacking victims, he was not aware of an e-mail written by a former staffer of news of the world that indicated hacking was common at the paper and that e-mail has become a key piece of evidence. >> when you signed off the payment did you see or were you made aware of the transcript of the hacked voice mail message? >> no, i was not aware at time. than than now a former editor of news of the world and counsel have challenged his version, saying "just by way of cl
resignation. allegations that they hacked into cellphone accounts for story. rupert murdoch has issued a statement apologizing for any, quote, any serious wrongdoing. british police have arrested seven people and recovered a list of 3700 names of potential victims. news of the world shut its doors last week. it was owned by news corporation the parent company of fox news. >> heather: seems like so much these days is made in china. everything from computers to cellphones. home in china are eating with chopsticks made in georgia. they create jobs by cranking out 2 million chopsticks every day. live in atlanta with more on this. hi, elizabeth. this is an encouraging story. >> reporter: as the great story. it's coming out of a small town and they are made of poplar and sweet gum trees. they grow like weeds and it turns out the perfect material for chopsticks. the company opened back in may and they are opened six days a week, 24 hours a day. the owner and ceo tells us when he first opened he had a more than 450 applicants for only 50 positions. >> when i open up this business, my friends a
the controversy. several news corps executives are set to testify tomorrow before parliament including murdoch and his son, the deputy chief operating officer. it comes after allegations that news of the world employees hacked into the voice mail of a teenage murder victim. the news corps shut down the paper for good amid more damaging accusations that staffers were snooping on people including politicians and members of the royal family. since the scandal broke the shares on the stock market have falling 17 percent, and they are off 4.4 percent today alone. the chief fox correspondent has the news from new york. jonathan? >>jonathan: for the moment the focus of the scandal has moved from news corporation executives to other influential figures in law enforcement and politics. the firestorm engulfing two of britain's top cops and still threatening even the prime minister, david cameron. he cut short a trip to africa and is headed back to london tomorrow amid calls from the labor party opposition for him to answer "a series of questions about his relationship with a number of key figures," in t
are now suggesting that deputy chief operating officer james murdoch contradicted himself during his testimony to british lawmakers. "news of the world" was owned by the parent company of fox news. greg talcott is live in london with this story. >> reporter: it basically comes down to what james murdoch knew and when he knew about the full extent of this phone hacking scandal. now, in testimony before a committee of the parliament here on tuesday murdoch said that it was just his belief early on, it was limited to one reporter on "the news of the world" staff, and he said he was unaware of an e-mail which seemed to indicate at least one other staffer knew about it. last night the former editor of the paper and its top lawyer said that murdoch was, in fact, mistaken, that he was made aware of that e-mail. here is what british prime minister david cameron had to say today about this latest dispute. >> clearly, james murdoch has got questions to answer in parliament, and i'm sure that he will do that. and, clearly, news international has got some big issues to deal with and a mess to cl
company of fox news. there are new calls today for james murdoch, news corp.'s deputy chief operating officer, to answer more questions in this investigation. greg talcott's on the story live from london with the latest developments there. hi, greg. >> reporter: it is coming down to what executive james murdoch knew and when he knew about the full extent of the phone hacking scandal. now, he appeared before a committee of the house of parliament here on tuesday, and in that testimony he said that early on he had believed that the scandal was limited to maybe one reporter on "the news of the world" staff. he also said he was unaware of an e-mail which seemed to indicate at least one other staffer knew about this. now, last night the former editor of that newspaper and its former top lawyer said that murdoch was mistaken, that he was made aware of that e-mail. here's what british prime minister david cameron had to say today about this difference of opinion. >> clearly, james murdoch has got questions to answer in parliament, and i'm sure that he will do that. and, clearly, news interna
to see you. . >> greta: that was a surprising outburst. hours ago news corp chairman ceo rupert murdoch was attacked by a protester. his wife jumped to her husband's defense. you can see wendy slapping the man in this video. murdoch with his son james, news corp's deputy chief operating officer went before the parliamentary committee to answer questions about the scandal that shutdown the news of the world tabloid. news corp closed the 1 8-year-old paper following accusations that staffers hacked the voice mail accounts of people they were covering. rebekah brooks the former rebekah brooks the former here's a look at highlights from today's hearing. >> mr. chairman, thank you. i would like to say just how sorry i am and how sorry we are to particularly the victims of illegal voice mail interceptions and their families. it is a matter of great regret of mine, my father's and everyone at news corporation. and these are standards, these actions do not live up to the standards that our company aspires to, as we are around the world. it is our determination to put things right. make sure the
scandal that is rocking britain there are new developments. two of murdoch's top executives resigned on the same day. les hinton ceo of news corp's dow jones division and publisher of the "wall street journal" quit friday. and brooks resigned as chief executive of news international. two days later sunday brooks is arrested in connection to the scandal. it isn't just news corp executives resigning. two top british police officers have resigned. commissioner sir paul stevenson resigned sunday. today scotland yard's commissioner yates stepped done. there's more. former news of the world reporter sean hoare was found dead in his home today. he was the first to come forward. coulson has resigned as the prime minister's press secretary. police are investigating hoare's death saying it is not considered to be suspicious. investigators claim the tabloid hacked into the voice mail accounts of several high profile people and victims of tragedy. the controversy is not over. 9:30 eastern time tomorrow, rupert murdoch and his john james murdoch are scheduled to testify before members of parliame
hacked in voice mail accounts of the people they were recovering. a personal apology from rupert murdoch appearing in every newspaper . murdoch is son james who heads international operations for news corp will appear before the uk parliment to worry questions. the 106 tab bloid news of the world was shut down in the wake of the investigation . since then several people have resigned, including rebecca brooks who was the news of the world editor when the phone hacking took place . also les hinton stepped down. he over sea the -- he was ceo and pubbler of the wall street journal . both are owned by news corp. they found no evidence of wrong doing in the journal or dow jopes. >> we hear warnings of traveling to mexico. if you are thinking of venturing south of the border and he posted an ad looking for a roommate and now there is no sign of amy. why relatives say there is a connection between her disappearance and a popular on line site . this man accused of murdering a retired army sergeant escaped custody. wait until you see how he managed to get away in the first place. stay with us. wh
hacked in private cell stories. rupert murdoch sayed that news of the world was in the business of holding others to account. it failed when it came to itself . we are sorry for the serious wrongdoing that occurred. we are dopely sorry for the hurt of the individuals. news of the world shut its doors last week. i am jamie colby. see you one p.m. east yern back to forbes on fox. keep it on fox. ♪ new group of critics coming out against the president's health care law. eight demdeps signing a bill to repeal the independent payment advisory board. that is 15 member panel of government appointees in charge of medicare costs. this is help to ration health care? >> this is rich with irony, innocent it? open secret of obama care how to lower end of life cost treatment and move that cost. government subsidized cost toward the young and uninsured. that's the deal, like it or not. for now, democrats who supported obama care complaining that this is going to happen is beyond the pale. >> mark, rationing of health care, is it here in >> we already ration care . we have 47 million american
rupert murdoch apologized for wrongdoing. he and his son james will testify before the uk parliment on tuesday. here in the u.s. the f.b.i. launched an investigation to find out if reporters tried to hack the phones of 9/11 victims i am uma, back in the top of the hour. stay with us. >> local government digging deep are in your personal love to get cash. a woman in michigan planting a vegetable garden in her front yard . san diego wants to tax pet owners 25 per cat. and right now they don't pay anything. uncle sam is scratching up. >> land of the free. remember that old chest nut. it is a money grab and property grab. the couple is planting tomatoes on their own private property. she wants her own cat it is not infringing on other people's right. why the government has to tax you in every exercise of your freedom i just don't understand. >> in san diego they want to tax each cat and the fear it will end up in shelter and it is a horrible idea. >> we have too many cat in shelters. i would pay $25 for my cat. the reality it has nothing to do with the struggle that is local governments
to step aside to allow the force to go about their work. the former head of murdoch's organization was questioned yesterday and arrested and lawyers want answers. >>guest: she is not guilty of any criminal offense. the position of the metropolitan police is less easy to understand. >>reporter: finally, murdoch, his son, james and brooks will all appear before a parliamentary committee tomorrow to answer questions about phone hacking. fox will be providing quite extensive live coverage of that event and on wednesday there is an emergency session of congress called. that is to address the issue of phone hacking in the greater scandal that has engulfed this nation. >>stuart: thank you, amy, from london. the president calling business leaders to the white house today asking them to pony up for his >>guest: program. my guest on that is next. theser with software that has the ability to save your life. that's magical software. [ male announcer ] the innovation, the engineering of mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. >>stuart: president obama just wrapping up a meeting with top c.e.o.'s in
now news corps chairman and chief executive officer rupert murdoch and his son james murdock, the deputy chief operating officer are scheduled to testify before british members of parliament. the former news of the world editor rebekah brooks also scheduled to be there. all this controversy has hurt news corps financially. the company's shares are down 4.3% today alone. and since the scandal broke, shares of nws, news corps class a have lost 17% of their value. overall loss on paper roughly $8 billion. "the fox report's" chief correspondent jonathan hunt live at our new york city newsroom on our parent company. back to the whistleblower's death, what precisely do we know? >> shep, sean hall was a former show biz reporter for the news of the world. he was the first journalist to formerly claim that former editor was aware of phone hacking by his staff. something colson has consistently denied. hall worked on the sun newspaper and the news of the world with colson before being fired for drink and drugs problems. he later went to rehab for addiction issues. hall previously told
there is a simple answer to that. there certainly are people who are loyal readers of rupert murdoch's newspapers here and they will continue to be and i think they probably always assumed that there were some unethical practices used behind those screaming headlines that make you want to run out and buy those papers. there are people who have been outraged by the hacking. it started out years ago as you know with the phones of celebrities and royals and i think people thought that was somewhat amusing. when it came to hacking into the phones of murder victims and terrorist victims, people, there were people who were quite outraged by that and called in to put pressure on people who were buying advertisements in the papers. and so advertisers pulled out. and then also, bill, there is the other aspect here which is, it's gone beyond media it's now touching the police. it's touching government at the highest level. >> bill: it's going up and up and on. >> people are concerned. >> bill: historically the press in england has a relationship. as they do in washington with the power people there was a h
corp ceo and chairman rupert murdoch, his son james and former international head rebecca brooks will be grilled by parliament today in the u.k. over the phone hacking sandal. the hearings will be broadcast on fox newschannel. news international is owned by our parent company. they arrested a guy that tried bringing four pounds of meth into the united states inside his motorcycle helmet. in a separate incident, agents arrested a mexican woman for allegedly stuffing six pounds of meth in her brazeer. oh, boy. >> atf acting director kenneth melson claims the department of justice stonewalled congressional investigators into the failed fast and furious program to protect political appointees. the program put thousands of guns from the united states into the hands of mexican drug cartels and now an amendment that classifies data on those guns is sponsoring that event. it's named for a former u.s. representative from kansas' fourth congressional district and he joins us right now in washington, d.c. congressman, what bothers you most about this? >> well, what bothers me most is that
accounts for stories. news corporation ceo rupert murdoch issued a statement running in britain's national newspaper, apologizing for any wrongdoing. british police say they've recovered names of 3700 potential victims. shutting its doors last week, it was owned by newscorp, the parent of fox news. we'll keep you updated on any developments. we'll send it back now to cavuto on business, right here on the fox news channel. >> 8 billion dollar a year for parent security including patdowns, on babies? now congress slamming the tsa this week after a new report, detailing that while infants were getting the third degree, there have been 25,000 security breaches at airports since november of 2001. calls now growing to it take airport security out of hands of the government to put airport security in the hands of the private sector, charlie. >> you know, sounds good to me. they can't-- i just wonder how they can get worse. everybody here has been through an airport security line, you know, they don't, they're not the-- >> talking about the real reason it's so bad. the real reason that, you know,
of the news of the world hacked into private cell phone accounts for story and rupert murdoch issued a statement running in britain's national newspapers, apologizing for serious wrongdoing and british police say they've arrested at least seven people in the phone hacking investigation and recovered a list of 3700 names of potential victims. news the world shut its doors last week, owned by newscorp, the parent company of fox news. i'm jamie colby, more developments as they happen. now back to bulls and bears only here on the fox news chann channel. >> brenda: consumers feeling down, with prisses on almost everything going up. general mills the late he is to warn of price spikesen it's not just food. cars, clothes, health care, you name it, all up last month. eric, how bad is it going to get? >> going to get a lot worse, brenda. only three ways out of it. if you print money you can do qe3 or whatever to pay some of the debt. prices go up because you devalue the dollar. if you borrow from china to put in the other pocket. prices go up. if you tax people more, prices are going to go up
flavor gluten free >> oh! >>. >> well, that was the scene last week when rupert murdoch's wife wendy took action to defend her husband from a foam pie throwing maniac who druted the parliament hearing in the news of the world phone hacking scandal owned by newscorp, the parent company of fox news channel, now, just about all of the divisions of newscorp have been excoriated by our fellow media brethren for this scandal and perhaps, at least some of those divisions, serbed it, but wendy got some positive news. >> and it was a fairly possible or thecle. >> who can argue she completely nailed that guy like a wendi deng action figure. >> she was facebook page. she was tiger mom and most women would have done if their husband was facing assault like that. she didn't waste a seconds. >> one of my friends, things don't work out with my wife, i'm getting myself a wendi deng. >> it's a shame the cameras didn't follow her, apparently after she gave him a sock, she continued to pummel him he he was led out to the room and went tenderly back to her husband and took a little of the foam off of hi
this morning over the news of the world scandal. this comes one day after news corp ceo rupert murdoch and his son james testified before a committee saying they were appalled by the scandal. >> i would just like to say one sentence, this is the most humble day of my life. >> as for the man who attacked murdoch with a pie made of foam, well, he's under arrest this morning. he calls himself a comedian, by the way, news corp is the parent company of fox news. nearly two years after he was charged with murdering 13 people including a pregnant woman, the ft. hood shooter is finally be arraigned in a military court. he is still collecting a paycheck from the military will face a judge this afternoon in technic texas. this will will be his first court appearance since he decided he would face the death penalty. his lawyer is not saying whether they're considering an insanity defense. casey anthony ready for her close-up. reportedly in california right now close to signing a $1 million television deal for her first interview. you knew this one would happen. the offer comes from tv producer al taylo
murdoch's newspaper group, rebecca brooks was arrested for conspiracy to intersected communications. she had an appointment with police around noon today. she went in and was arrested. that was about nine hours and spoke with scotland yard and they say she is still in custody. 43-year-old brooks had top echelon of tabloid journalism here and ran the biggest newspaper group. she resigned on friday and two days later she has been arrested. she has not been charged yet, but again she has been arrested in connection with phone hacking and alleged bribes to police. she resigned friday, two days before he is supposed to appear before a committee. she was arrested on sunday and tuesday she is supposed to testify before this committee side by side with rupert murdoch and james. it's not clear whether she will be able to turn up or there will be restrictions based had on what she can say based on the arrest. that the latest. >> gregg: amy, thank you. >> heather: called the most mor interesting presidential candidates, herman cain a real leader with real solutions. he spoke out about his candidacy
officials in connection with this case. then rebecca brooks, until recently the head of rupert murdoch's british newspaper group arrested yesterday in connection with conspiracy to intercept communications and corruption, alleged payments to police for information. she was released on bail. her lawyers claim she is innocent of any crimes. finally david cameron in africa to drum up business for british companies, cut that trip short and being forced to defend his hiring of andy colson of his chief of communication. colson resigned in january, he was arrested and released last week. >> no one has argued that the work he did in government was in any way inappropriate or bad. he worked well in government, he then left government. >> reporter: rebecca brooks, rupert murdoch and his son james who is also a top news corp. executive are going to be meeting in the parliamentary committee tomorrow answering questions about phone hacking and the alleged payments to police. the parliament is convening an emergency session wednesday to decide how to best deal with this ongoing situation. that is th
labor accuse the prime minister of being too close to rupert murdoch's news corporation pointing to the fact that he met with executives from the company more than two dozen times in the past 14 months, and the labor party leader said today the program ignored obvious concerns about andy when high appointed him as his communications chief. >> mr. speaker this cannot be put down to gross incompetence it was a deliberate attempt to hide from the facts. >> order! order! order! members shouting out should not do so, calm yourselves. it is better for your health and for the house. >> the prime minister, mr. speaker was caught in a conflict of loyalty, the standards and integrity that people should expect of him and his staff and his personally allegiance to the communications director. he made the wrong choice. >>jonathan: the scandal has brought down two of the top police officers in britain over allegations that cops took bribes from news of the world journalists and several news corporation executives have resigned and ten people have so far been arrested. police and parliamentary
brooks, two days after resigning med of the murdoch british newspaper group two days before she's set to testify, arrested in conspiracy to intercept communications and corruption and bribing police for information. brooks always claimed she didn't know about the phone hacking that allegedly occurred under her watch as editor of news of the world several years back, harris. >> thank you very much. a frightening night for one of our nation's leader, an armed man breaking into his home and attacking the daughter after congressman. he hasn't said he was in, but doctor texas governor rick prry tip his hand whether he's warming up to the idea to run for president. stay close. while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can actually ease arthritis sympms. but if you have arthris, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain so your body can stay in motion. because just one 200mg celebrex a day can provide 24 hour relief for many with arthritis pain and inflammation. plus, in clinical studies, celebrex is proven to improve daily ph
nothing far to say. >> reporter: the meeting was private, called by murdoch. the lawyer for the dowlers described the mood of news corp.'s boss. >> i think he was very humbled and shaken. very sincere. i think this was something that hit him on a personal level. >> reporter: murdock is said to have told them that the practices of "news of the world" did not live up to the standard set out when his own father entered the newspaper business. another apology will come tomorrow in british national newspapers with a full-page advertisement by rupert murdock in which he says, "the news of the world was in the by of holding others to account. it failed when it came to itself. we are sorry for the serious wrongdoing that occurred. we are deeply sorry for the hurt suffered by the individuals affected." those individuals may include victim of the 777 subway bombings, families of soldiers killed in afghanistan and possibly 9/11 victims. as a result of the scandal, "news of the world" was shut down after last sunday's edition was printed. 200 people lost their jobs but rebecca brooks the woman who
the prime minister of being too close to rue bert murdoch's news corporation, pointing to the fact that mr. cameron met with executives from the company more than two dozen times in the last 14 months and labor party leader said the prime minister ignored obvious concerns about andy coolson when appointed him as the communications chief. >> mr. speaker this can't be put down to gross incompetentence. it was a deliberate attempt to hide from the fact of about mr. coulson. >> order! order. members shouting out shouldn't be doing so. they must calm themselves. keep on an even keel. it's better for their health and for the house. >> the prime minister, mr. speaker, was caught in a tragic conflict of loyalty between the bands of integrity people should expect and his personal allegiance to mr. coolson. he made the wrong choice. >> the phone hacking scandal brought down two of the top police officers over allegations the cops took bribes from news of the world executives. the police and parliamentary investigations of all this are ongoing. >> shepard: back here in the u.s., rescue teams searchin
of london that police arrested a british newspaper executive. rupert murdoch's news corps has come under fire for allegations one of its papers harked the phones of crime victims and celebrities. amy is live with the latest. >> all of this on yet another day of public apology. news corps taking out a second day of full--page advertisements in national papers saying that we are sorry for any wrong doing and we promise to set things straight. there will be no excuses and no where to hide for people who were involved in any of the wrong doing. and then a pledge of compensation for certain phone hacking victims. no, many people were surprised today by the arrest of rebekah brooks. and according to her spokesperson she was extremely surprised herself by this. she had gone to a london police station for a prearranged meeting today and when she got there she was arrested. now, brooks had been editor of news of the world from 2000 to 2003 and that was one of the most sensitive periods of the phone hacking. she stepped down, she was running murdoch's british newspaper empire until she stepped dow
of the world hacked into private cell phone accounts for stories. news corporation's ceo rupert murdoch has issued a statement, running in britain's national newspapers, apologizing for any serious wrongdoing. british police say they've arrested at least seven people and have recovered at least 3700 names of potential victims, news of the world shuts-- shuts its door last week, shut its doors last week and it was owned by news corps, the parent company of fox news. >> there are protesters ratcheting the up the pressure on syrian president assad with a series of major rallies across that country. but the government is fighting back. activists claim security forces killed at least 28 people yesterday during the largest demonstrations since this uprising began. rina ninen is covering all of it live from jerusalem. tell us about the new protests. anything different? >> despite the government crackdown it's pretty amazing that people are still turning out, in fact, in the largest numbers we've seen so far. since the unrest and the protest began in march. some estimates touted that 1 million peo
brookes head of rupert murdoch's empire was arrested friday but released on bail after nine hours of questioning. >> the position of rebecca brooks can be simply stated, she is not guilty of any criminal offense. the position of the metropolitan police is lessees i to understand. despite arresting her yesterday and conducting an interview process, lasting nine hours, they put no allegations to her and showed her no documents connecting her with any crime. they will in due course have to give an account of their actions, and in particular their decision to arrest her with the enormous reputational damage that this has involved. >> reporter: jenna, there had been some question as to whether or not brookes after this arrest would be able to testify before a parliamentary committee tomorrow. that has all been cleared now. she is out on bail. she will be testifying before that committee tomorrow. as will rupert murdoch and his son james, here in london in the afternoon. that is latest from here, back to you, jenna. jenna: we'll continue to watch the developments, amy thank you very muc
allegations of things that went on at "news of the world." the murdochs having had their day before parliament are done with that bit, and rupert murdoch, for his part, has departed the u.k. that's the latest from london. martha: thank you very much for that update. >>> so there's a bizarre string of events that unraveled at the home of a pharmaceutical tycoon. first it was his girlfriend who was found hanging from a balcony with her hands and feet bound. then his son died after falling down the stairs and spending several days in the hospital. now a key test could answer a lot of the open questions in this case. we're going to have new details on that breaking news story. >>> plus, he should be dead by all accounts after falling nearly three miles from the heavens without a parachute. instead michael holmes is very much alive. a survival story that you literally have to see to believe. it is unbelievable. that is next. ♪ >> [bleep] hey can i play with the toys ? sure, but let get a little information first. for toys, say two. toys ! the system can't process your response at this time. what
.e.o. murdoch has apologiesed for wrongdoing in a full page ad running in british papers this week. news international is owned by the parent company of fox news. >> after seven years of marriage, j lo' and marc anthony call it quits saying "we have decided to end our marriage. this was a difficult decision and painful time for all involved and we appreciate the respect of our privacy." the two recently performed a steamy routine at the "american idol," finale in may. they are parents to three-year-old twins. >>dave: if this doesn't shatter your faith in the institution of marriage, i don't know what will. her third marriage, right? i am devastated. j lo' is back on the market. >>dave: and she looks boater than ever, my friends. rick: just saying ... look at the weather. a big story this weekend and this week that will affect so many people. it is the heat. and the heat index across the plains it feels like the mid-80's. and at 5:30 in the morning and you want it to be cool and air the house out and that is not the case. a rough situation there. we have talked about this for months, the
murdoch, on tuesday, and yesterday in the house of commons, british prime minister david cameron was on the hot seat. questions continue today about his dealings with news corp. executives. his government is sticking to the line there were no inappropriate discussions. also questions continue to be raised about cameron's hiring of andy coulson as his press chief. he was the editor of "the news of the world" newspaper at the time of the alleged phone hacking. he later left the cameron press post and was one of several people arrested for questioning in connection with this affair. all this as investigators reportedly are widening the net regarding possible media wrongdoing beyond "the news of the world" newspaper. police are said to be examining evidence of potentially criminal or at least unethical activities by private detectives at other newspapers as well including "the daily mail," "daily mirror." those two papers are denying wrongdoing. it's hard to say, martha, exactly where this affair is going to head, the only thing we can predict is a little bit less hot air on the topi
. >> reporter: yesterday, of course, was a big day in the big picture of the story where rupert murdoch and his son james answering questions for a parliamentary committee for three whole hours, all of this broadcast live across the u.k. and now parliament setting aside yet another entire day to discuss the crisis. >> outside the westminster bubble i'm getting the impression the nation has had its fill on this subject, it's actually getting, it's actually getting fed up. it was nonsense about the police corruption. they want answers about the hacking. it wants answers about the relationship between the press and the media. >> reporter: people, heather, definitely want answers, but some mps today, members of parliament, got up and said, look, we also have a euro zone in free fall, there's famine in africa, other issues need to be addressed here. all of the parliament debates in the session yesterday are without legal teeth. for that there will be a police inquiry and a judge-led inquiry into the issues of phone hacking and corruption in the police, and that is just about to get under way. but th
united states. and rupert murdoch is taking out a second ad, promising to help the police in the investigation. newscorp is the parent company of fox news. it's a trip to three-year-old dayne sparks will never forget. >> can i get in the picture? >> yeah. >> yeah? >> cheese! >> his dad, staff sergeant jessie sparks surprised him. in california and he waited for a picture with darth vader and the 29-year-old marine had been in afghanistan since january. >> i am going to come home with you. >> are you excite abouted that? >> yeah. >> ainsley: oh, now the three-year-old won't be needing his daddy doll anymore and the stuffed figure with a picture of jessie on it helped remind dayne of his father while he was away. did you see him hanging onto the stuffed animal. >> dave: the dolls with parents face on it. and friday is a great day in sports, my friends. one year ago, american dustin johnson was in position to win a major until he identified a beat down patch of dirt as a burningy. bunkers tend to be as hall as his 6 foot 5 frame. and he squandered two chances last year and zo
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